HVQ 2011 Block of the Month

        "Time Marches On"

 

Time Marches On

68" x 68"
Quilt Design: Cat Beckstead and Rachel Crane
Pattern Instructions:  Shantelle Cox

 

NOTE FROM CAT:  Fabric requirements for the "Time Marches On" Quilt are listed below.  I have noted the amount of fabric and what color was in my design drawings.  Each of them could be an assortment of fabrics in the given color or all one piece of fabric.  The amounts are based on 40" width of useable fabric.  Each of the individual blocks can be made with 1/8 yard scraps of each color needed for the block so it is perfect for utilizing stash.
 
* 2 yards - Background - used in all blocks and border, this is for the ribbon border.  Additional yardage required for the flying geese border - Light cream in design
* 2 1/2 yards - Print - used in sashing, ribbon border and setting triangles for center block - Additional yardage required for flying geese border - Eggplant in design
* 1 yard - assorted Prints - used in blocks and cornerstones of sashing - Gold in design
* 5/8 yard - Prints - used in blocks and stems in medallion urn - Green in design
* 3/4 yard - Prints - used in blocks - Red in design
* 1/2 yard - Prints - used in blocks - Black in design
 

Ribbon Border / Puritan Star 

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January:  Center Medallion Block (choose either one)

 

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February Block
 

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March Blocks
 

  • Stars & Stripes, Dutchman's Puzzle
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April
 

 

 

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June - July
 

 

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August

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    September

    Note:  Refer to "Diamond Cutting Instructions" and "Slideshow" at top of page. 

     

     

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    October